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capital, exporting jobs. none of the issues of tax returns. spoke about the most important issues, economy, jobs, and all of what's going on. we're going to watch a scientific poll that we're doing right now to get the reaction of what going on, and we're going to see what that scientific poll says about who won this debate. we also had a focus group watching of independent voters, undecided voters who were there watching what was going on as well. mitt romney there with his family and some close associates, he seems to be pretty claesed with the performance that he did. as i said, candy, let me bring in candy crowley from the university of denver, watching all of this going on. he held his own with the president of the united states and for a republican challenger, facing an incumbent. that's pretty good. >> yeah, you know, if the first test of this kind of debate is can the challenger stand toe to toe with the sitting president, with the incumbent, certainly i think mitt romney looked as though, seemed as though he passed that test. it was a -- a pretty substantive debate. i don't know t
facing the country right now. right now, domestic issues, economic issues, health care, taxes, the nation's debt. got into the weeds in some areas, but this was a very, very important debate. anderson cooper watching this with all of our analysts as well. >> fascinating to see both men on the stage for the first time. you saw a difference in terms of temperament in debating style. i want to bring in gloria boerger and david gergen. even president obama's final statement didn't think like he had a final statement, other than i'll keep working hard which mitt romney seemed more prepared. >> it was sort of flat to me. >> you noticed a big difference in terms of male and female viewers. >> i noticed a lot of things. if mitt romney were going to use president obama's words, likeable enough at this debate. i think he was. and the things i noticed on the dial tests as i was watching, when president obama spoke about health care, women were up, men were down. when mitt romney spoke about health care, you saw men up. one thing about mitt romney, that he did very well, he seemed to tie everything b
't. his plan is taxing millionaires and billionaires. his plan to improve education is to invest in the department of education, so the president also has to provide some real specifics here about what is going to be different from his last administration. >> one of the things that's going to be important for this president as he comes out there, in this twitter cycle, people have short memories. where were we four years ago? the country was afraid we would be in a great depression. this guy volunteers to be captain of the titanic after it hit the iceberg and we're still floating. that's a part of the context he has to remind the american people of. >> but i must say, that's a flawed premise. it's a flawed premise. >> we got hours to do that. i got to take a break. you say not specifics. >> i think we lie. we tell pollsters we want specifics. mitt romney has a 59-point plan. we don't want specifics. we want a vision. tell us what big thing you're going to do to change. >> a reality check team is warming up and we've caught one of the cans ming a misleading claim. first, this deba
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